Validity: Not Before Feb 27 2015 Inadvertent disclosure --- six months of nothing --- Sep 3 2015 GMT.
NOTE: These FAQs were created in 2014 to address some changes Dyn made in using a D-Link device with Dyn’s Remote Access (Dyn DNS) Service.
You will receive an email prior to the end of your free dynamic DNS service.
The D-Link key was leaked in late February, and expired on September 3, it appears.The providers of those free services, such as Dyn Dns, hoped that by giving you a freebie, you’d eventually become a paying customer for one of their pay services. When Dyn decided to stop offering free accounts and cancelled everyone’s free DDNS service, users predictably went in search of other free options.D-Link router owners got a reprieve, as D-Link had previously partnered with Dyn to offer limited free DDNS services for D-Link users.If your original configuration were set to “Automatic”, just change your DNS settings back to “Automatic” in order to get back to your original settings.In the “early” days of the internet, you could find free Dynamic DNS (DDNS) accounts everywhere.